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Business of Sport: The Spread

Limerick finally gets the bookies' respect

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
27th July, 2014

Limerick finally gets the bookies' respect

It's one of the quietest Sundays of the betting summer: just don't tell that to anyone from the four counties battling it out for places in the All-Ireland hurling semi-finals.

Quarter-final Sunday begins with the comeback team of 2014, Wexford, taking on a Limerick team who have been wildly under-rated by bookmakers for the past three seasons. Finally, however, the market has shown Limerick the respect they deserve.

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